Forschungs- und Entwicklungsprojekte

Laufende Forschungsprojekte

  • CELLA - Centre for Learning and Living with Artifical Intelligence, 2021 - 2026
    Project funded by the Jacobs Foundation
    The Center for Learning and Living with AI – CELLA is an international project network of 5 international leading research teams around the globe to provide collective expertise in the fields of self-regulated learning and learning analytics to equip especially young learners to learn, live and work in the age of AI. The international Center will bring together global leaders in learning and educational sciences, learning analytics and artificial intelligence with the aim to support the development of AI driven learning technologies that ensure children's wellbeing. The use of AI driven learning technologies is becoming common practice to the daily life of children at school around the globe and influences their learning. Due to the lack of large-scale research as well as the variety in available technologies, its influence is not always clear. The combination of technical and pedagogical innovation in schools is needed to ensure a positive impact on children. CELLA researchers will engage in co-creation with secondary schools around the globe to support the development of intelligent learning technologies, such as online adaptive systems and game-based learning with virtual reality and augmented reality.

    Applicants and research partners are: Prof. Sanna Järvelä (Main PI), University of Oulu, Finland, Dr. Inge Molenaar, Radboud University Nijmegen, Behavioral Science Institute, Learning and Plasticity group, Department of Pedagogics and Educational Sciences, The Netherlands; Prof. Dr. Maria Bannert, Technische Universtät München, TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology, Chair for Teaching and Learning with Digital Media, Germany; Prof. Dragan Gasevic, Monash University, Australia; Dr. Roger Azevedo, University of Central Florida Research Foundation, USA
    Contact persons: Prof. Dr. Maria Bannert, Shruti Athavale, M.Sc.
    Information about the CELLA Project can be found here or Twitter